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Saline Ettore e Infersa, Marsala

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Situated along the coast of Marsala, Saline Ettore e Infersa represents a fully functioning Sicilian salt mill that draws thousands of tourists each year. The picturesque site, with its windmills set against the backdrop of the sea, makes a lovely place to stop and take photos. Travelers interested in traditional production methods or local means of production will particularly enjoy learning about how this company harvests salt. After a tour of the grounds and its facilities, you can purchase related products at the on-site gift shop. To visit Saline Ettore e Infersa on your holiday in Marsala, and find out what else Marsala has to offer, use our Marsala trip itinerary planner.
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  • Unique in its beauty ... a little less the road fronting the stagnone, but absolutely worth visiting.
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  • We were on a one-week guided tour of Sicily and this was the day we were to see the sites outside of Palermo, and for some reason our tour guide had decided that this would be one of the sites we shou...  more »
  • This is a delightful and interesting small museum in a restored, functioning windmill set in the Stagnone salt pans. The excellent presentations are offered in at least six languages. It is OK to touc...  more »
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  • Amazing view, if you are lucky you can see people working on the salt flats
  • Nice views of the salt pans and a nice bar and restaurant.
  • Not to be missed
  • Great place to visit especially at sunset to enjoy the various colors reflecting on water. You can only visit the mill at a cost of 7 € (from 9.30 to 18.30) or take a guided tour of the salt with visit of the mill included in a price of 15 € (from 9.30 to 19.30). At the entrance there is a bar, a happy return for aperitif time so as to admire the beautiful sunset. Lastly, parking is free although not large.
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  • A step back in time! Price 15 €, approximately 20 minute introductory film, then around the salt flats with final tour guide and Cato in the mill. I already knew the work of the masters of salt from the Salinas marine (different from mine: rock salt) However I appreciated the help information and its availability, the place is fantastic especially at sunset. Free parking and waiting you can do (10 €) a ride the boat of the lagoon. Being on site enjoyable even on slow along the coast by car.
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